January 2012

Found 3 blog entries for January 2012.

Jacksonville, FL Shortsale Success

Jacksonville, FL - At the Round Table we truly believe in People Before Property and hearing from our Customers and their successes gives us goosebumps!! We certainly love to help and we love to hear back that we exceeded expectations:

This note is something I am so extremely happy to write. I have bought
and sold countless homes over the years, but working with Howard has
been a great experience. Due to the unfortunate situation of the sale
this could have been a harrowing situation. I was forced to do a short
sale of my property, last year 2011. I had heard all of the horror
stories about how people are treated by lenders. How they are
requested to submit forms and paperwork time and time again, just to
be served with

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BREAKFAST AT TPC SAWGRASS

Ponte Vedra RealtorPonte Vedra, FL - Real estate agents often work out of their car and are also constantly meeting customers in locations near where they are showing homes. I am no exception.

I needed a nice place to visit with out of town customers before heading out to see homes in Ponte Vedra one recent weekend morning. Panera was crazy busy and the local Starbucks was just a little too cramped. Lo and behold, I found out about a little known secret: The Players Club at Sawgrass has a dynamite breakfast and is open to the public!

All I had to do was drive up to the TPC gate and introduce myself. The guard simply took my license plate information and waved us in. Next, we meandered the beautiful community until we got to the Country Club.

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The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes in November rose to the highest level in a year and a half.

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Jacksonville, FL - The best reading on pending homes sales since a federal home-buying tax credit expired appeared to encourage traders on Wall Street.

Still, the National Association of Realtors cautioned that a growing number of buyers are canceling their contracts at the last minute, making the gauge less reliable.

The Realtors group said Thursday that its index of sales agreements jumped 7.3 percent last month to a reading of 100.1.

A reading of 100 is considered healthy. The last time the index was that high was in April 2010, one month before the tax credit

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